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So it has been a while since I updated the blog.  A lot has happened, cliffs notes;


  1. Changed from PLO to Spin and Gos on Pokerstars
  2. Got some backing and am now involved in coaching with a stable
  3. Got account locked from Stars to investigate why I crush so hard
  4. Moved from Montreal
  5. Still allowing boardgames to monopolize my time (yeah, you love that joke)
  6. Back in Scarborough

So since my last post I have really been focusing on my NLHE game and actually just getting back to having a bit more fun in my spare time.  I joined a stable for Spin & Gos in October and it was been pretty well sunshine and rainbows since.  Sure it’s poker and there is variance but nothing like that mean ugly PLO game.

Once I joined the stable I got away from the blog a bit, and was thinking about just putting the thing to rest but I have been pretty excited about poker over the last few months and wanted to get back to blogging, trying to get my volume up and just try to spread my infectious love for games.  Since I was really focusing on my games over last few months I have been trying to get the instagram account going and doing my focus there.  It is an easy way for me to share my work and thoughts with people.

So how have Spins been going?


all dates


As you can see been consistently make chips in games.  While there is variance in multipliers and sometimes I move up and loss or win chips at different buy ins I think that this graph shows how much better the variance is in Spins compared to PLO.  Really the only hiccup in the graph was when I decided to start and play $30 spins towards the end of 2015.  However I am playing much better, and very happy with the rate that my game is improving.  It was a little sad funny not haha funny but Stars actually locked up my account in January to investigate why I was playing so good and wanted to know the relationship between me and my coach and backer.  It took a few days to explain to them that I am getting consistent coaching  from these guys and that is why my game has been improving, also I did play over half a million hands of poker over the last two years so would think that I have improved some over that time.  After nearly a week they were “satisfied” with my answers and unlocked my account so that I could resume play.  But were they?  Because after another 3-4 weeks I get a message about not being able to cash out or move funds since they want to talk to me and investigate my game further.  This goes on for about a week and more emails and answers to many questions they finally decide that perhaps I am actually good at poker and am allowed to keep my money.  It makes for a bit of a funny story now, but at the time it was pretty frustrating and stressful.

This account investigation was all happening right around the time that we moved from our place in Montreal back to Scarborough.  I think that is why it was leading to more frustration and worrying because I was in the middle of a move and all of the sudden I could not take my cash out for a few weeks.  Montreal was a lot of fun but it was time to move on from there.  I had a pretty good opportunity to get out of my lease since a friend of mine was coming back to Montreal for a short period of time and was looking for a place.  So we assigned our lease to him and away we went back to Toronto.  Since this was all short notice and we did not really have an idea on were we wanted to go next we just took a small truck load of stuff that we needed and move to Lesley’s parents basement for now.  They had some work that they wanted my help with (new floors, painting, etc..) so we could get the basement into a place that we could live in for a few months while we decided if we are staying in Toronto, Ontario, Canada or abroad.  


The major thing that Lesley and I have discussed since been back is actually trying to get some time and money invested into some smaller ventures.  She is very into jewelry making at the moment, and I would still like to get a twitch channel up and going for poker and games in general.  So we are making that our focus while we have some time at her parents place.  We are thinking that we might look into getting a place in Ontario but away from Toronto since we can get a lot more space and we may even look at setting up a studio in our new place.  We still have a lot of work to do on our ideas and small ventures so time will tell where we end up.  For me this means getting my twitch channel up and productive.  Also I have a lot of work to do with the stable and I am always trying to get new students/players into the stable.  I think that twitch should help get in blood into the team.  Also will be a fun way to have some hangouts and chat about board games, video games, and miniature games.

Going to do my best to do updates a few times each month but think that I am going to keep anything more frequent on instagram and twitter since its better for that I feel.


Will keep you all posted, have a good one.


So it has been about two months since my last poker update.  To be honest there is not a lot to say.  I took some needed time off during the end of July to do a bunch of Just for laughs stuff.  It was amazing, we got a two show pass for $100 each and managed to get six tickets to great shows.  For my $100 I managed to see:

-Jane Lynch Gala

-Alan Cummings Gala

-Ellie Kemper Gala

-Patton Oswalt

-Neil Patrick Harris Gala

-Margaret Cho

I was so happy to actually get tickets to the Patton Oswalt show and it was so AHHHH mazing.  He did the whole set somewhere between sixty to ninety minutes, and was probably the best comedy show that I have seen (the gala are great but I kind of put them on a different level then a comedy show).  Add the fact that each gala had something like five to ten great comedians this was probably the best $100 I have ever spent my whole life.

August was a little more relaxing.  Prior to my trip to Vegas I received my Zombicide kickstarter pledge and I spent a bunch of time painting those models and still managed to get in some poker where I could.  However I have really been about getting back to fun and basics so more games and less poker over August.  I did manage to make enough to eat, but nothing much to brag about.

But then we reach September.  It’s back to school, and I feel a bit like a drop out.  With a limited bankroll I decided to just give up on PLO.  Playing PLO is such an abusive relationship.  The variance beats the crap out of me all month long.  Then tells me how sorry it is buys me some new stuff and all is forgiven.  Until the next punishment.  Well I have moved on and dropped that bitch.  I have decided to get into Spin and Gos on Pokerstars.  Why, well it’s all the things that I love and hate about PLO rolled into a different game except with one key difference.  Six times less starting hands and so narrow ranges to put opponents on.  After a year and over half a million PLO hands playing short stack holdem is like jumping from Chess to Jenga.  To compare PLO to chess is not really fair.  PLO is like chess except at the end of each turn you roll a D8 for the column and a D8 for the row and remove any piece on the corresponding square.  PLO laughs at your best laid plans.  While Jenga, the best move is typically staring you right in the face.  Sure sometimes you bobble it, or make the wrong move, but it is not an overly complex game.


Chips Won over Tournaments Played for (PokerStars) rukidinme82

This first hundred or so games I was breaking about even but playing pretty good.  I had a few things to improve since I later found out that villains play a lot tighter than I would have expected.  After making these adjustment it’s been pretty smooth sailing.  I have been running super pure and I actually managed to spike a 100x spin and go (but sadly finished 2nd for 10x instead of 1st for 100x).  These seem to be going pretty good.  I find that I can easily juggle four tables and that will make it easy to get in 2k games a month, but probably closer to 3k.  As time goes on I might add a fifth or sixth table but really feel like the extra action would hurt my focus and bring down my win rate too far.  This weekend I am going to start and play the $7 level.  I do want to try and be aggressive with moving up, since I will soon need to take out some more money but a little unsure how many buy ins I should leave.  I currently have about 90 buy ins for the $7 level and think that will be fine with my win rate and expected variance.  I will probably move down if my BR drops to like $400 or something along those lines.

Will do my best to keep people posted on this.  The blog has been really neglected the last four months but will do my best to get it up and going again.

So it has been nearly forever since I posted my last update.  Since my last post life has been a constant roller coaster.  Like the old school ones, where you go up really high just to fall as equal far but much quicker then the ride up.  Followed by a bunch more ups and downs, a few sharp turns and a grinding halt.  I think that the graph sums up pretty well how things have gone since February.  I have moved down and try to get some confidence back but all that keeps happening is that I lose money in absurd spots.  While there is not a ton of green on the blog I have still managed to come out ahead by nearly 10k after rake back, bonus and MTT scores.

YTD cash July 2015

Year over year has not been much better, every month it feels like I lose more and more to the run outs in all in pots and its really getting to a boiling point for me.   As you can see below my green line (money won) and orange line (allin EV corrected) are trying to plot on different graphs.  June and first week of July was pretty nice, I actually moved back down to 25plo to get back some confidence and actually scored the top spot on poker table ratings for the month.

Since July 2014

However things quickly took a turn for the worse in Vegas.  For the first time in five trips I came home a loser.  In fact Lesley and I could not cash in any games.  I actually could not cash in a plo MTT where I had nearly 8% of the chips in play at the end of late registration.  I managed to stone cold bubble the game which paid ~4k to first (I finished 13th).  Cash games where not any kinder, and I was actually just looking forward to getting home and grinding some more online.  However that all went sour pretty quickly.  To be fair I was probably still a bit annoyed about the trip and being down so much and I quickly was getting tilted over nothing.  Add on a bunch of bad beats and yada-yada and next thing you know I have lost about 70bis, and about 40 below.  I actually would have lost less money this month if I decided to fold every hand instead and donate my blinds.  The only good news is that after those first few bad sessions I decided to move down to the micros and try to 10plo and get back into good habits and tilt less however I just managed to lose about every all in pot which has not helped my attitude this week.

BB July 2015


So what’s a guy to do?  Well going forward I think that I am going to draw down my bankroll and start at the micros and just spin up my bankroll.  Also I am really going to put in a bunch of focus away from poker and enjoy as much of the summer as I can.  My coach actually went from 2plo to 100plo in a matter of three weeks, so I do not see why I can not take $300 and a few months and slowly work my way back up to SSPLO.  I think the plan is going to be:

$300 grind to ~$500 take shots at 10plo

$400 to $800 grind 10plo, take 10bi shot at 25plo once I get to ~$800

$1000 to $2500 At 25plo I am going to grind until I have 100bi, I will take a 10bi shot then.

$2000+ 50plo

I am unsure if I am going to play zoom or regular tables for the challenge.  I am thinking that it might be zoom for 5plo and 10plo and then regular tables after that.  Also really not putting any time restraint or volume goals.  I have way too much fun stuff to do over the next six to eight weeks to be worried about getting in 1k more hands.  I will be trying to get in as much as I can but this week is the Just for laughs festival, end of the month is Pokerstars party and rib fest in Toronto, and mid august is music festival in Montreal.  Add in some video games, board games, painting and other random stuff there is little sense in letting some bad poker sessions ruin my attitude all summer.


Going to do a separate post for all other non poker updates since this is just such a downer

How has the February shots gone you might ask?




More then two weeks into February and things are going pretty well.  February has been filled with typical trials away from poker, along with some at the tables.  For a change I did not run terrible while moving up a stake.  It took ~2500 hands before the cooler hit.  To be fair I was on quite the heater prior to running bad, and it was at least some comfort that I was ahead of where I started the month when I decided to move up.  None the less poker is pretty hard when you can not win a turned over hand and then to make matters worse, my computer started to cry when the new Note Caddy update came out.  As a result I decided to revert to the older stable version, and I must have done something and messed up all my notes, my 800 custom notes :'(.  The good news was that I did not complete this update until after my weekend sessions I did have plenty of time to correct and write some notes.  I also had a bunch backed up but not them all and there was going to be a lot of work to do.  So I put my head down over the week and got done a bunch of them.  I also managed to get in a few Skype calls for some reviews and hand analysis which always helps.  Also crying about it was not going to get them done so all I could do was work.  I did manage to get most of them back up before the weekend.  I also found some time to look over the first few thousand hands at 100plo and looked to see what the better regulars are doing and how I can incorporate some of that into my game.  So after having my notes crap out, running well below expectations I managed to break out on Sunday and really run well and put in a good amount of hands.  After getting my notes up I managed to put in ~6500 hands between Saturday and Tuesday and finally ran like the sun towards the end.  I am really happy about this mainly because I want to put in the majority of my volume at 100plo this month so that I can start to really clear some bonus dollars and I want to get in as many hands as possible this year at mid stakes and the sooner that I can get through 100plo the closer I am to the higher stakes.  Obviously a profitable poker player is most happy about his winrate, but I am pretty happy with the trimming that I have made from my ranges.  I think that so far this month I have done a good job of getting out of some of those trashy good looking hands that I play.  The biggest contribution to this is probably the fact that I continue to trim tables as I move up.  I also just keep working on my game and hands that looked like ones way will look a lot different now.

Another thing that has probably helped the focus a bit this week is adding in some zoom to my game.  At the smaller stakes I was very vocal about staying away from zoom.  The majority of the games at regular tables are good and you can often find great seats.  At 100plo I can really start to see a shift from this and the games at the zoom tables are starting to look more appealing.  For instance, as I write this blog, there are 18 tables of zoom compare to 6 of regular tables.  The average pot size at zoom is $24, which is as high as five out of the six tables.  At 50plo there are 17 zoom tables compared to 11 regular tables.  The average pot is $13 compared and 4 of the 11 regular tables have higher average pot size.  As you can tell there are a lot more tables running at the smaller stakes outside of zoom, where at 100plo often there are the same four players at a table fighting over a single weaker players money.


Anyhow 700 words of poker is enough for me, and its my life so you are probably starting to hear the blah, blah, blahs.  So I will leave you with some gems from this week.

This was probably my favorite, was pretty sure that no one had the straight, and I blocked a lot of the sets and had some nut outs.  Couldn’t get the turn fold and got priced into a call.




Next Favorite was getting it in preflop, with AA vs AA vs KKds, runit twice, AND SCOOP IT.


Which one of the three below do you think I am?




Outside of poker I have been pressing away at painting some miniatures.  I actually have joined an escalation league at my local games-workshop store.  You start with a kill team which is 200p points and typically one or two units.  You paint and bring to play and as the weeks go on your army grows.  This seems like the perfect thing for me since I am just getting back into warhammer 40k.  I was not going to post any pictures until I got some models completed, but I think that I am going to post some of the near finished models that I have and show some before and after pics with the basing.  It is really an underrated component of the model and the images should drive home the fact that a 15-20 min on each models base can really go a long way.  I am very happy with the way my latest models have turned out and I am probably get near 100 minis on the year painted.  I still think that my goal is going to be to paint he GW two player box to sell and use that to pay for my hobby.  At the moment I am in for ~$300 in WR40k and I actually could field about ~1000 point army with that.  With the escalation league coming up though I think that I am going to finish my blood angels formation and buy some of the new models to paint.  The newest models are the harlequins and they have a joker/jester type of feel to them and I think that I could really have some fun painting them.  My zombicide models are behind on shipping due to the west harbour labour disputes or whatever but that is fine.  I do however check my emails twice a day waiting for the shipping info, but not holding my breath at this point.

Anyhow going to wrap it up, will get a quick update before Thursday with a handful of pictures from my killteam.

Can’t forget get the Giraffes, I typically do not include the Orange line (expected value) since there is so much noise and variance in PLO, but I was definitely on the worse side of it for a week (-15bis over a few thousand hands).  Don’t worry we closed that gap pretty quick.

mid feb 2015



Well I got taught a hard lesson in perspective last week.  The pervious poker post was titled “A Difficult Week”, and at the time it seemed appropriate.  Then the present has passed and I have another week behind me.  Last week at the cash tables I put in about 7800 hands (~5500 since last Tuesday post), and over those hands I was -28bb/100.  If I fold every hand I would be ~-25bb/100 so performed a little worse then a drinking bird clicking  fold last week.  It was my typical cycle where I play, run bad, then play bad and get into dominated situations, which make me feel like I am running bad, so I play worse, get into worse situations, feel like the deck is punishing me, and around we go for a week.  I did hit a stop loss on Friday, which was a bit disappointing, but it did force me to take a break, and really evaluate my play over the week.

To be fair to myself I did play much better over Saturday and Sunday after thinking about the leaks that where starting to show threw but I just could really not run well, at the cash tables.  Poker can really mess around with you at times.  No doubt at this point you have probably looked a little ahead to my graph and noticed that I dropped about 25bis over my last 5k hands.  However I did manage to pick my run well spots this weekend.

Saturday I managed to win a seat into the TCOOP main event seat.  Your lesson in BBV this week:

Brag; won a $700 seat, Beat; Game is next Sunday at 3:30 so I will likely miss the Super Bowl, Variance; the win brought me back to even for the week.

I really was not keen on counting this as profits though since I was planning on putting it all into the main.  Since it was already spent I basically was still in the hole for the week,  but had a nice $2m freeroll to look forward to the first of February.  But the weekend was not over.  The cash tables where still a bit of a punishment on Sunday.  I again played pretty well, made a few bets on the river that I would like back but pretty happy with my play overall.  Maybe not my best play, but definitely much better play Saturday and Sunday then Thursday and Friday.  However there is always some good tournaments on the go over the weekends and I managed to make a good run again.  I won the $27 six max progressive super knockout (or some other 50 syllable noun that PokerStars can come up with).  I have never played this game, and I am not sure if it is part of the regular schedule but I really hope that it makes it.  This was my third finally table appearance in PLO MTTs (and I also have a FT bubble to my name) over 45 games.  This was also maybe the second or third time that I played a tournament of this type, but I really enjoyed it.  The big ko values at the final table help to add a dynamic which I think that I will play well.  Also there is going to be a lot of money left to play for HU, so you can make some special deals HU or very short handed and still have some decent money to play for.  As this game went I managed to get four of the final six bounties at the six handed final table.  I also managed to collect on all the large bounties, and when we went four handed I took out the two other players with +$200 bounties (so I keep +$100 and another $100 goes on my head).  I am of the school of thinking that to win any tournament you need to run well, and I do think that I was in a great spot in the later hands but I am sure that I played very well.  Here are the final knock out hands that I had against my opponents, as you will notice I was doing pretty well with my pf equity and post flop equity.  The most marginal hand was my AQ86$ds however the player on the button was playing super wide and I think it was worth going after his bounty since it was larger then the pay jump at the time.













We did make a deal HU.  I felt like a deal was a good idea, the payouts where ~$720 for first, $500 for second.  the winner was also going to take $400 in bouties, so that made the HU match a $620 sit and go.  While I figured I had an edge, smoothing out the variance is always nice and I managed to get a deal for $675 leaving us with the ~400 bounty to play for (which I won).

plo win

So this was a huge week saver.  I was pretty frustrated with poker and it was nice to get another PLO MTT score.  I did forget to play the $82 PLO TCOOP game which I think was a huge miss, but these things happen.  In the end, I dug deep and managed to pull out some of that lovely green for the week.  So excluding the TCOOP main ticket, I managed about -$500 at the cash game tables, but +$1200 in MTTs, add in another few hundred in rake back and I can live with those results.


YTD Graph in bbs

PLO YTD 01-27-2015


Game wise it was a pretty slow week.  I do have a few models that I would like to get painted before the weekend.  I want to have finished my Rivet Wars models, and the last of my Arcadia Quest models.  I also did not get in any games this week.  It has been about -25c every day this week with the wind chill so I have been inside a little too much.  With how little I played this week I wish I got in more other things done.  I did spend a bunch of time mauling over the idea of getting some Warhammer 40k models, but in the end it always feels like such a financial commitment, and the models might never get played with.  I figured that a 2k points army would cost about $800+, and thanks to GW I actually would be dumb to buy the models that I would like because they would just get punished in the game :(.   I think that tonight I am going to spend some time catching up on some painting and modeling, and get back to poker tomorrow.  I really would like to get the volume up a bit, far behind my volume goal for the month, but definitely near the gross net profits that I would like to start and play 100plo.  It will be interesting to see how I do in TCOOP next week, anything over a min cash could go a long away in my shots at 100plo.



Here are the painted monsters for Arcadia Quest.  I used the quick painting technique that I gave for the troll for all these models.  I will be getting the painted characters up this week.    I do need to touch up some of the bases on these models.  I have not decided how I am actually going to base the models since the board tiles are so nice (I may get clear bases to put the models on).


Arcadia Quest (AQ) Goblins Arcadia Quest (AQ) Orks Arcadia Quest (AQ) Monsters Arcadia Quest (AQ) Minotaur Arcadia Quest (AQ) Spear Beastman Arcadia Quest Hammer Beastman Arcadia Quest Troll

Arcadia quest was probably the second biggest reason I got back into miniature painting, models and table top games.  When I came across Zombicide earlier in 2014 I noticed this game created by Cool mini or not (CMON).  The art work on the cards, tiles and details of the models is amazing.  Also this game is right up my alley of interests.  Growing up I have always liked dungeon exploring games (more so video games then table top).  I also watched some of the game demos and it always looks like people are having a ton of fun playing the game.  After getting my hands on my copy this game has been a pretty big winner.  I have actually managed to get in nearly a whole campaign with Lesley and she is never much for games.  Also painting and finishing the models has been a lot of fun.  My only complaint is that I was not able to get the game off Kickstarter so there are a bunch of models that I do not have, and will probably never get because of the prices that people try to charge.  To be honest I have never been much of a fan of the way CMON has done this with their games on Kickstarter.  I feel like people who are late to the party miss out big time.  Also it probably hurts the middle guys at the games store.  I don’t think the games stores are ever making much from board games and I am sure they don’t want to pick up a title that has already done two million in presales.  Any how I digress again…

This game is great.  I really need to get a two or three friends over for a whole campaign (which I think could be played over three to four hours).  What is great is that you do not need to play a whole campaign at once, and you are left with nice notepads to keep track of your progress in a campaign.  The game is well thought out, seems very balanced, and  10/10 on entertainment.  I won the first quest that Lesley and I played, she drafted loot well and punished me in quest two, Third quest was close, and I really put the hurt on her in the last quest.  We do have the final quest to play yet and will probably give a proper recap at a later date.

I will be adding the pictures of some models, and I actually used the troll model for a quick step by step tutorial on how you can get some great looking models without a lot of time.


Flop Qh, get it in vs AA, be a ~80% favorite


why I love PLO


So 2015 is well underway.  I was not sure when I should have done my first update.  Thought about after the first weekend, but that seemed too soon, after seven days, but then it was close to the weekend.  So I just put in the work over the weekend, and took today to work on some posts, and other items.

The start of the year has been pretty solid.  I have set up my tilt breaker so that I could focus on how I am playing and think more about how well I am playing based on my feel and emotions as oppose to my results.  I am pretty happy with the way this has gone.  I did also remove all the $ result information from my reports so that I can keep up my HM2 and just watch my time played and hands.  For the start of the year I was doing pretty good with not looking a the cashier and I was also cruising threw sessions.  However after last Friday I had a slight relapse and looked at the earning report since I was getting ready to think about my blog update.  I was up about $2100 to start the year so I figure that I would move up and take a shot.  I then lost $750 of my profits over four hands, running into quads half the time, OUCH.  I am not really upset about it, a shot is a shot, and if I would have done well in the session I would have been able to move up to 100plo before Sunday but as is I am going to fall back to the original game plan and just grind out the month at 50plo and not worry about if I am playing over rolled and not moving up quick enough.  After the failed shot I played pretty poorly over Sunday, but broke even with my rakeback, Monday and Tuesday I played much better after looking at some of the things I did poorly Sunday and getting back to the key items I have to work on (pre flop hand selection from early position, and folding to 3b/4b OOP).

Also my hand count is a little low for the star of the year.  I did take some time to paint the miniatures for my new board games, and I also had issues with my HM2 which really limited my hands the first Sunday of the year.  I was playing only about four tables, but I added some tournaments and actually shipped another PLO MTT for some ~$400 (which was not included in the graph).

In the end here are the little graphs for the month so far.  I am going to do my best not to look at results until my next post on Tuesday.

BBs Won YTD Jan 14


USD Won YTD Jan 14


Posted: January 3, 2015 in Blog, Poker (nuff said)
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So its a new year, in the end I managed to get my supernova status on Pokerstars.  It cost me a bit dearly in dollars but I really wanted the extra time to myself over the holidays, i went home for nearly a week, also had some people over so I needed to get in over a hundred hours of play over three to four weeks.  Three times I went past my stop loss which cost me somewhere around $1500, and a bunch of other times I was adding more tables over my typical eight which probably also hurt the bottom line.

Anyhow I was actually playing pretty good at small stakes and i think that January should go pretty good.  I want to get a good start to the year and I am probably going on vacation in February.  I am thinking somewhere warm like Mexico.  Also I have a ton of zombie miniatures coming in February which I will want to paint and play with..

I have not really thought about any goals, the biggest focus this year is to just improve and move up the stakes.  I would love to be at 500z for 2016, but the biggest goal is to just get in hands, review, and move up.  Do think that I should be able to move up to 100plo at any moment once I work off a few last leaks, but I think that limiting my tables and getting back to some stop losses will help the bottom line a lot.

I would say that my biggest goal this year is to focus, and be more productive in general.  Last year I sold my PS3, and I am going to focus on extra time on my gaming obsession.  I do still have a few games on my steam account to power through so it’s not like i am going cold turkey, but I would really like to spend more time spreading some board game and miniature passion.

So in the new year I am going to try and get a twitch channel up and do nightly board games, either with friends at home, through skype, or other players on twitch.  There are plenty of games that this will work for, other that it won’t.  Either way I think that it will be fun, and it’s something that I already spend a lot of time doing.  I have also spent a few nights streaming games with my friend to see how well it works, and it was pretty good

Also I have been pretty terrible at keeping the blog updated.  All to often I write up draft after draft that never gets published.  I think that often its because playing poker, your mood can change so much depending on the way that grind is going.  So while a blog has a certain tone today, it is difficult to review or pick it back up the next day.  So in the future I am really going to focus on less walls of text and more quick to the point updates and blogs.

2014 PLO graph, Yellow line is after the bonus form pokerstars (yes rake is that high why else would I call the blog life after rake)

the big dip down towards the end was when I was just pushing thru the hands to get done for the year and give myself some days to spare.

Lost a lot of my data for before June 30th so do not have the tournament results, but made a pretty penny there also.



2014 plo